Omni Shawl – by Fay Dashper-Hughes
This one-skein, crocheted shawl pattern that has a simple stitch repeat makeing it easy to memorize and creates a simple and elegant piece. It uses filet crochet to create lace holes that increase with every section repeat. The use of Herringbone Half Trebles help to create a flat, drapey fabric.
The pattern gives hook sizes, gauge information and estimated measurements of finished objects over four yarn weights (heavily laceweight, 4ply/fingering, DK and aran/worsted).
One 100g skein of any weight from heavy laceweight to aran/worsted. You can create whatever fabric density you like and in any fibre of your choice, so long as you like the resulting fabric.
Various depending on yarn weight. Details are given in pattern.
various depending on yarn weight used. sizes and gauges are suggested in the pattern.
Various depending on yarn weight. Details are given in pattern but you can simply work whatever gauge to get a fabric you like.